Orlando Accident & Injury Blog
Daytona Beach Bike Week is an annual event that attracts thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts from around the world. It is a time for riders to come together, celebrate their love of motorcycles, and enjoy the beautiful scenery of Daytona Beach, Florida. However, with so many riders on the road, the chance of severe motorcycle accidents can increase significantly.
As the roar of engines fills the air and the sun illuminates the coastal landscape, the 83rd Annual Daytona Beach Bike Week emerges as a hallmark event for motorcycle enthusiasts worldwide. However, amidst the thrill and excitement, the risk of a severe motorcycle accident is unfortunately present everytime a rider hits the local highways and byways.
In recent years, a disturbing trend has emerged regarding the water contamination at Camp Lejeune and its potential link to cancer. The issue has sparked numerous lawsuits from affected individuals and their families seeking justice and compensation.
The healthcare industry is built on the foundation of providing safe and effective medical devices to patients. However, there are instances when defective medical devices can cause harm and jeopardize the well-being of patients. One such company that has faced scrutiny for its defective medical devices is Exactech.
In recent years, there has been a surge in the popularity of kratom, a plant native to Southeast Asia. Advocates claim that kratom offers a range of benefits, including pain relief and increased energy. However, there have been numerous reports of adverse effects and even deaths associated with its use. As a result, kratom wrongful death lawsuits have emerged in various states, including Florida.
After two years of litigation in Florida’s court systems, the family of 39-year-old Krystal Talavera has been awarded $11.6 million as the result of a wrongful death lawsuit against a local manufacturer & distributor of kratom – a popular over-the-counter herbal supplement that purportedly provides temporary pain relief for common ailments.
Authorities with the Florida Highway Patrol are currently searching for an individual believed to be involved in an early morning hit-and-run collision along Sand Lake Road that fatally injured a 48-year-old man from Orlando.
Federal Aviation Administration and National Transportation Safety Board officials in Broward County are currently investigating a fatal helicopter crash that claimed the lives of two individuals and injured four others Monday morning in Pompano Beach.
Officials in Marion County are currently determining the chain of events that led to a multi-vehicle collision and the subsequent deaths of two people over the weekend along South Pine Avenue in Ocala.
After five months of investigations and unanswered questions, authorities in Polk County were finally able to arrest a 20-year-old man for his alleged connection to a high-speed collision that claimed the life of a 53-year-old woman back in March.